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The first half of Celtic’s match against St. Johnstone was a very lackluster and nervous affair for Brendan Rodgers’ team, but they triumphed by a score of 3-1.

It was difficult for them to break through the tenacious defense of St. Johnstone, and they appeared to be in a state of distress when the Perth team made a brief attempt to attack Joe Hart’s goal.

The effort that Craig Levein’s team put up was rewarded toward the end of the first half as St. Johnstone bundled in the first goal. However, Richard Gordon, a presenter for BBC Sportsound, has subsequently admitted that the video assistant referee (VAR) may have missed a judgment that would have resulted in the goal being disallowed.

Gordon stated, “Just coming back to the St. Johnstone goal, there are some suggesting that there might have been a handball that the replays have seen.” [BBC Sportsound] has reported that Gordon made this statement.

“I am not certain that they are all together in a certain manner.

“If VAR had got involved" - Richard Gordon reveals why Diallang Jaiyesimi goal for St. johnstone vs Celtic should have been ruled out during the weekend match

It would surely, if there was a handball, that would suggest that it wasn’t plain and apparent. The simple fact that nothing very much came out of it, nothing really much was made of it, and that it would certainly suggest that it was not clear and obvious.

“You would have been back into this whole scenario of the accusation that games are being rerefereed again if the video assistant referee had been involved.”

To be honest, it was a difficult one to see in real time, but when you slow down the video, you can see that the ball did collide with the arm of the player for St. Johnstone.

Celtic’s Callum Davidson makes a passing reference to the VAR’s intervention.

The perspective of Callum Davidson, a former manager of St. Johnstone, about the absence of intervention from the video assistant referee was something that truly astonished me.

The following is what Davidson had to say: “I think sometimes as well when you start looking at every small minut detail, this is where we have this debate, and I don’t want to start it again.”

“Therefore, I believe that you should just let the referees decide how the game is played and provide assistance to them when they require it.”

What is it? Isn’t it one of the primary reasons why the VAR exists? Shouldn’t that be the point of it? to discover players who are attempting to get an advantage by engaging in behavior that is against the rules but the referee has failed to notice?

The decision that the video assistant referee did not pick up the shirt pull up was also highly weird, as was the comment that Davidson made. They appear to recognize a great number of other players in the game. It should come as no surprise that Brendan Rodgers is exacerbated by the technology.

I’m sure there would have been more discussion over the goal if it had lost Celtic three points, but the fact that the three points were secured means that Brendan Rodgers’ team can continue on with their game.

It’s still not clear if the Celtic board will spend a lot of money and listen to Rodgers’ advice. However, writer Mark Guidi thinks that the Hoops might be about to spend a lot of money in January because of the European losses.

“I don’t think it’s okay,” Guidi said on The Go Radio Football Show. Because of the success they’ve had and where they are now in this section.

It’s January, though, and the boss wants to strengthen two or three key areas in January instead of waiting until the summer. This is because they are currently top of the league.

After Celtic’s loss in the Champions League this week, there has been a lot of talk about transfers. With the January window coming up soon, Brendan Rodgers wants to add top players to his team.

“I don’t think it’s acceptable" - chief football writer Mark Guidi reveals undoubtedly transfer claim to allow Brendan Rodgers and Celtic to win the league

“The right goals are there.” Celtic could spend £15.5 million on two or three good players to make the team stronger. I wouldn’t say no to that.

“The boss’s word is now clear. The board knows he’s tired of saying it. Not any more projects, only real people.”

Celtic needs to back Patrick Rodgers

Rodgers needs to get everything he needs in January, and the Celtic board needs to back him up. Since Brendan Rodgers is no longer in Europe, he can only win the league title and the Scottish Cup.

In terms of money, this league might be the most important one in recent years. With changes being made to the Champions League, the Scottish champions could win up to £60 million by automatically making it to next season’s group rounds.

The fans will be furious if Celtic lets that money go to the other side of the city because they weren’t ready for the transfer window.

This is the question. Should Celtic pay £15 million and let Rodgers win the league and take home £60 million? The board now has it.

Celtic supporters have learned from the Champions League that their current squad isn’t strong enough to make it that far.

Only Paulo Bernardo and Hyunjun Yang, out of Celtic’s eight summer signings, began last night’s match against Lazio.

With neither player still on the field after the final whistle, Celtic’s hopes of competing in Europe came to an end. The printed image is not attractive.

Last night, in a must-win game, Celtic benched one man once again, and it appears like it could be the end of his career with the club.

"I don’t trust you" The attacking midfielder for Celtic Fc whole career is finish after what happened in the Champions League last match against Lazio

Rodgers benched David Turnbull in favor of Paulo Bernardo because the manager believed Bernardo might help Celtic win in Rome.

The last two Celtic home matches saw no Bernardo, however he was substituted in against Lazio. In contrast, Turnbull started and scored in both of those matches.

Unfortunately for Turnbull, trading out your leading SPFL scorer for a man who has struggled to register a single shot on goal is not encouraging. Not only that, but it has occurred multiple times this season.

Plus, what kind of message does that give Turnbull? I don’t have faith in you, even though you’re good enough to score and win points in Scotland.

Just till the season ends is Bernardo on loan. His impact on Celtic’s performance this season has been insignificant.

In contrast, Turnbull has scored seven goals in eleven games and prevented Celtic from losing even more ground than they did.

Even though the 24-year-old midfielder didn’t have a major impact last night, Celtic benched him in favor of a player who has only played 143 minutes of domestic football, yet he is still expected to keep the club’s European aspirations alive.

With no new deal in sight, Turnbull’s situation is not looking good as he approaches the last six months of his current deal. It appears that Turnbull’s tenure at Celtic is winding down.

I have heard a lot of different thoughts about Celtic’s move business so far this season, but this has to be the strangest one.

People who play for Celtic will always be tied with moves away from the club. Even more so for people who are obviously talented.

Because players get a lot of attention at a club like Celtic, whether they win titles and cups or make it to the Champions League.

It’s just how the beast is. But Celtic have made it clear this season that teams will have to pay the going rate for their best players if they want to play for them.

After Ange Postecoglou left for Spurs, the Parkhead club signed eight first-team stars to new deals this summer.

“Do they go and replace him" - Barry Ferguson says Celtic could sell the most talented for £10m in January transfer window! Wrong or right

They also turned down last-minute summer offers for two of their players, which makes Barry Ferguson’s story even stranger.

Ferguson sounds like he thinks Celtic would take £10 million for Matt O’Riley if it was offered to them in January.

Recent news stories say that Crystal Palace and Newcastle United are interested in signing the Celtic player, so it will cost a lot more than £10m to get him.

“It’ll be interesting,” Ferguson told The Go Radio Football Show. This season, Matt O’Riley has likely been the best Celtic player.

“What will happen if someone bids £10 million in January?” Are they going to sell him?

“Does someone go get him a new job?” Since I believe clubs will be interested in him.

“He never really had a good night last night [against Lazio], but I think he’s been one of Celtic’s best players all season.”

He won’t leave Celtic for £10 million.

Celtic turned down a £10 million offer in August, before O’Riley signed a new deal, which makes Ferguson’s idea even less likely to work.

A recent study on football also put O’Riley’s worth at over £12 million, and that was before he signed a new deal. His recent play in the Champions League has shown that he is a player who can perform at the top level.

Even stranger is the fact that Ferguson once put O’Riley’s value at £15 million earlier in the season.

He seems to want Celtic to sell him. I understand why he did it. The Danish star has been great, helping the team win five of the last six trophies. As long as he is at the club, everyone is sure that he will continue to do well.

People at Celtic have told them that they should think about selling James McCarthy before the January transfer market opens.

The midfielder, who used to play for the Republic of Ireland, hasn’t played a single minute in the Scottish Premiership this season under Brendan Rodgers. Dean Jones thinks that teams might be interested in him when the transfer market opens.

Jones told GiveMeSport, “It will be interesting to see what door opens for James McCarthy in January.” I’m sure we’ll hear about some links.

“He does feel like Celtic has forgotten about him right now, so I think they need to think about the future and whether he’s a part of it.” Right now, I don’t think it’s likely.”

The strange story of James McCarthy’s time at Celtic

Breaking News: Celtic Fc is keen on selling James McCarthy this January transfer window! Reasons given

McCarthy was one of the first players to sign a four-year deal with Celtic under Ange Postecouglou. He joined in the summer of 2021.

Even though he only played 42 times for Crystal Palace over three seasons, Celtic gave the 31-year-old a long-term deal.

McCarthy has only played 27 times for the first team in his two seasons with Celtic. They are all under Postecoglou.

Since Brendan Rodgers took over as manager in the summer, he hasn’t played for Celtic in any way.

McCarthy has played for Celtic for 801 minutes, which is just over 29 minutes per game on average. (Transfer Market)

That’s a lot of money for one person to spend, at £14,000 a week [SalarySport]. It’s easy to see why McCarthy is one of the players rumored to be leaving Celtic.

What Brendan Rodgers thought about James McCarthy’s time at Celtic

McCarthy recently said that he is leaving the team, which shows that the Celtic boss has a lot of respect for him.

Rodgers told Glagow Live, “It’s a real shame for James because he was a clear Celtic fan as a kid.”

“He was a great player, and I saw him a lot in the Premier League.” He’s a nice guy, but some injuries and other problems have made his time here short, so he will be looking to move on.

Rodgers didn’t try to hide it. Brady’s time at Celtic looks like it’s over. With a little more than 18 months left on his deal, I think Celtic wouldn’t want a big fee, if any at all. They would just want to get rid of him and save money on his salary.

Not so for Jota. He loved his time at Celtic. He made that clear when he left the club, and Brendan Rodgers could ask him about it, so who’s to say he wouldn’t say no?

The rumors that Celtic will sign Jota again aren’t going away any time soon, are they?

Fans loved the Portuguese winger very much at Celtic, and I think it’s safe to say that if he came back, it would be a huge win for the team.

Jota is reportedly being coveted by both Tottenham Hotspur and Celtic. If Celtic were to pursue their interest in him, they would have to deal with competition that would make it impossible for them to do so financially.

The chance that Jota will go back to Celtic

Journalist Mark Guidi, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to think he will be back. When asked if the Treble-winning winger could go back to Glasgow, Guidi says that there is one big problem that would make it hard for any deal to happen.

"Answer Revealed" is Celtic Fc re-singing former Cetic Forward Jota again in January transfer window? YES OR NO!

“I don’t think that’s likely,” Guidi said on The Go Radio Football Show. With the money he’d be making, I think it would make more sense for him to go somewhere else, like England.

“What do you do? Celtic has Palma and Yang, as well as wide players.” Do you really want to bring Jota back if it will hurt those two?”

All the cards are on the table. I really want Jota to come back to Celtic, but I know that won’t happen. Guidi thinks that salaries might be a problem, but even at Spurs, the Portuguese player won’t get the same deal.

In that area, Spurs are stronger than Celtic, but can they emotionally connect with Jota like Celtic can, even with Ange Postecoglou in charge? It seems unlikely to me.

I think Guidi is right, though, which is a shame. I think that the time for Celtic to sign Jota has passed, and he’s more likely to end up in England or on the continent.

Many promising young Celtic players have left the club in pursuit of first-team opportunities within the last decade or so.

The most recent addition to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool squad is Ben Doak, who just departed Celtic for the Reds.

Another player who has been touted as a future superstar but has failed to establish himself at Celtic is Rocco Vata.

However, Celtic let Liam Henderson, another promising young player under Brendan Rodgers’ tutelage, go for Italy in 2018.

The 27-year-old Henderson revealed the actual reasons behind his move from Lennoxtown to the Stadio San Nicola, where he is currently on loan at Palermo, after leaving Glasgow for Bari.

" Because for me it would never" - 27-year-old Former celtic Midfielder gave his sincere reasons why he left Celtic Fc

“I always said if I was playing for Celtic every single week it would never have even come into consideration,” Henderson stated in an official Celtic FC podcast.

Because, in my opinion, Celtic is one of the most illustrious football clubs in the world. I mean, it would never have occurred if I was a regular Celtic player.

I had to take the initiative to better myself, though.

Reasons Celtic lost Liam Henderson

The Celtic faithful were enthralled by Henderson. Despite his high club rating, he faced intense competition for a spot on Celtic’s roster after the team had just won the Invincibles Treble.

Henderson had almost no chance of breaking through for Celtic at that moment because to the fantastic play of Scott Brown, Tom Rogic, Callum McGregor, Olivier Ntcham, and Stuart Armstrong.

However, following productive loan stints with Rosenborg and Hibs, Henderson decided to leave Celtic and join Bari after making 37 appearances under Neil Lennon. The step-up to that Celtic team was simply too large.

It’s hard to think that Henderson left Celtic over six years ago, but he and Doak show that the correct decision can lead to success even after leaving Paradise.

“Superior midfielder in Scotland”… Peter Martin asserts that Celtic have a player who surpasses Matt O’Riley.The tremendous benefit of Celtic is that the club is staffed with countless talented players who are all beginning to flourish this season.

One that is readily apparent is Matt O’Riley. The 23-year-old midfielder’s performance in the 2-2 draw at Celtic Park against Atletico Madrid earned him the title of the nation’s finest player.

Additionally, Luis Palma has been showered with praise as the Honduran destroys the Scottish Premier League and the Champions League.

However, none of those three have captured the attention of analyst Peter Martin. Following the observation of Scotland’s qualification for Euro 2024, Martin was ecstatic with the performances of Celtic skipper Callum McGregor for his nation.

Martin stated [PLZ Soccer], “When I observe our midfield trio and the way they operate, I am reminded that McGinn, who is as robust as an ox, runs himself into the ground.”My pick for the most outstanding midfielder in Scotland is Callum McGregor. “He effectively maintains the operation of the group like a well-oiled machine; additionally, we have Scott McTominay.”

 

Callum McGregor is considered a legend in Celtic. He will shortly depart for Scotland.

McGregor is without a doubt regarded as a legend at Celtic. The fact that he has won seven League Cups, five Scottish Cups, and eight league titles speaks for itself.

Breaking News: ‘project signing’ -Brendan Rodgers confirms the 22-year-old striker is currently considering leaving Celtic amid January transfer window

Celtic fans can’t wait for January to come around so they can see if Brendan Rodgers adds any new players to the team.

That’s what the Celtic boss said: the Hoops need to cut down on their squad. And it looks like one player is already looking for a way out.

This summer, a record number of teams signed young Marco Tilio from the Australian A-League. It cost Celtic £1.5 million to sign the midfielder, which made him Australia’s most expensive product.

Brendan Rodgers stated that Tilio was having a hard time adjusting to life at Celtic because of his injury and the fact that Scottish football is much more intense than Tilio is used to.

A report in the Daily Record says that Tilio is “considering” a loan move in January to try to get some first-team games.

According to the story, Tilio hopes that his work with the Australian U23 team will help convince Rodgers to give him more playing time with the first team. If it doesn’t, he is “open” to a possible loan move.

Breaking News: ‘project signing’ -Brendan Rodgers confirms the 22-year-old striker is currently considering leaving Celtic amid January transfer window

Ufuk Talay, the assistant manager of the Australian national team, called Tilio a “exciting” player. The Brazilian does have some promise, but he hasn’t had the chance to show it yet.

Another big fan of the Celtic winger is Craig Moore, who used to play for Rangers and thinks of him as a “project signing.”

No matter what is wrong with the young player, he won’t play ahead of Daizen Maeda, Luis Palma, or Hyunjun Yang until he gets plenty of minutes in those legs. All three of them are in great form right now.

Liel Abada will fall even further down the ranks when he comes back in December. He sounds like he could be a good player for Celtic in the future, so let’s hope he can find the game he wants.

Breaking News: “I think he’ll have to go somewher” 24 years-old celtic forward as he was told to leave Celtic Fc to save his football career this next transfer window

With so many players on the first team, it’s almost impossible for Brendan Rodgers to make sure that all of them get to play.

The manager of the Hoops has said that he wants to cut down the team in January and that some players who don’t play much will be let go.

The Celtic winger Mikey Johnston hasn’t played much for Rodgers, even though he’s been very good for the Republic of Ireland, so he might be one of the players who leaves, either on loan or forever.

Mark Guidi, a football expert, told the 24-year-old that he needs to leave the club if he wants to play more with the first team.

“The Liam Scales story is obviously inspiring for any football player who’s maybe having a hard time finding his way,” Guidi said on The Go Radio Football Show.

“Mikey Johnston, I don’t see him beating or ever getting ahead of Liel Abada when he’s healthy, Palma right now, or Maeda on the other side.”

“So I think Mikey Johnston is a very good football player, but I think he’ll have to go somewhere else to play regular football.”

Johnston hasn’t started a game for Celtic this season under Brendan Rodgers. He wasn’t on the team at the beginning of the season because of an illness, but he’s been seen only once in a Celtic game since then.

 

Breaking News: 50 years pundit Chris Sutton Makes Surprising Luis Palma Statement shocking even the Celtic winger

Ever since he joined Celtic in the summer, winger Luis Palma has been in great shape. So far, the Honduran internationalist has stood out in green and white. But even though he has put up some great numbers so far, former Celtic striker Chris Sutton is still not fully impressed by the Honduran international.

He told the Daily Record, “The jury is still out, even though the numbers are great in terms of goals and assets.” In just 18 games, he’s scored seven goals and set up eight others.

Against Aberdeen, he scored one and set up three others. Some wide receivers don’t have those kinds of stats over the course of a whole season. As Jota’s replacement, he has big shoes to fill, which is hard for him

So far in Glasgow, Palma has done a good job of living up to Jota’s stats. He has already won some big games, and Sutton said he was like a cult hero for the Scottish champs
his time with the Bhoys, Lubo Moravcik stood out. Sutton said about the similarities, “His cross for Oh’s goal with the outside of his right boot was classy and made me think of Lubo Moravcik.” Sure, he has a long way to go before he’s as good as Lubo, but I think he has more to offer. As the season goes on, both basketball fans and Brendan Rodgers will want Palma to keep getting better. This player has already won over the Parkhead fans, which can only be a good thing and inspire him to do even better.

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.

Since winning the Premier League with Leicester City, Danny Simpson’s life hasn’t been easy.

Ever since he left Bristol City last summer, the right defender has had a tough time finding a new club. After leaving Leicester City, he was a free agent twice before.
Being a free agent is troublesome in and of itself, but having a deal fall through makes it unbearable.

While appearing on Filthy Fellas, Simpson spoke up about his long history of club hopping, including a near-signing with Celtic following his departure from Leicester.

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.
Simpson was on the verge of joining Celtic

Almost signing with the Scottish giants was something the right-back mentioned.

Sometimes that’s just how things operate, and it’s crazy. Something transpired with Celtic, and as a result, I lost communication with my agency. For that reason, I declined the second offer. “I had conversations with Neil Lennon and others about Celtic, and it was a great opportunity for European football and additional trophies; I also had conversations with Kolo Toure and Brendan about it, but in the end, it fell through,” Simpson revealed.

Valued despite the potential danger
It seems like Simpson turned down other offers in pursuit of a move to Celtic Park, and we really don’t blame him.

Any footballer in such predicament would be tempted to join Celtic. It’s a chance to perform in front of a massive audience in the most prestigious tournaments. There were rumors going around at the time that the Bhoys even offered him a trial.

It would appear that Simpson still harbors remorse for his failed attempt to secure a transfer to Glasgow; thus, he has been in a state of footballing limbo for the past few year

Breaking News: “I think he’ll have to go somewher” 24 years-old celtic forward as he was told to leave Celtic Fc to save his football career this next transfer window

With so many players on the first team, it’s almost impossible for Brendan Rodgers to make sure that all of them get to play.

The manager of the Hoops has said that he wants to cut down the team in January and that some players who don’t play much will be let go.

The Celtic winger Mikey Johnston hasn’t played much for Rodgers, even though he’s been very good for the Republic of Ireland, so he might be one of the players who leaves, either on loan or forever.

Mark Guidi, a football expert, told the 24-year-old that he needs to leave the club if he wants to play more with the first team.

“The Liam Scales story is obviously inspiring for any football player who’s maybe having a hard time finding his way,” Guidi said on The Go Radio Football Show.

“Mikey Johnston, I don’t see him beating or ever getting ahead of Liel Abada when he’s healthy, Palma right now, or Maeda on the other side.”

“So I think Mikey Johnston is a very good football player, but I think he’ll have to go somewhere else to play regular football.”

Johnston hasn’t started a game for Celtic this season under Brendan Rodgers. He wasn’t on the team at the beginning of the season because of an illness, but he’s been seen only once in a Celtic game since then.

Breaking News: ‘project signing’ -Brendan Rodgers confirms the 22-year-old striker is currently considering leaving Celtic amid January transfer window

Celtic fans can’t wait for January to come around so they can see if Brendan Rodgers adds any new players to the team.

That’s what the Celtic boss said: the Hoops need to cut down on their squad. And it looks like one player is already looking for a way out.

This summer, a record number of teams signed young Marco Tilio from the Australian A-League. It cost Celtic £1.5 million to sign the midfielder, which made him Australia’s most expensive product.

Brendan Rodgers stated that Tilio was having a hard time adjusting to life at Celtic because of his injury and the fact that Scottish football is much more intense than Tilio is used to.

A report in the Daily Record says that Tilio is “considering” a loan move in January to try to get some first-team games.

According to the story, Tilio hopes that his work with the Australian U23 team will help convince Rodgers to give him more playing time with the first team. If it doesn’t, he is “open” to a possible loan move.

Breaking News: ‘project signing’ -Brendan Rodgers confirms the 22-year-old striker is currently considering leaving Celtic amid January transfer window

Ufuk Talay, the assistant manager of the Australian national team, called Tilio a “exciting” player. The Brazilian does have some promise, but he hasn’t had the chance to show it yet.

Another big fan of the Celtic winger is Craig Moore, who used to play for Rangers and thinks of him as a “project signing.”

No matter what is wrong with the young player, he won’t play ahead of Daizen Maeda, Luis Palma, or Hyunjun Yang until he gets plenty of minutes in those legs. All three of them are in great form right now.

Liel Abada will fall even further down the ranks when he comes back in December. He sounds like he could be a good player for Celtic in the future, so let’s hope he can find the game he wants.

Breaking News: “I think he’ll have to go somewher” 24 years-old celtic forward as he was told to leave Celtic Fc to save his football career this next transfer window

With so many players on the first team, it’s almost impossible for Brendan Rodgers to make sure that all of them get to play.

The manager of the Hoops has said that he wants to cut down the team in January and that some players who don’t play much will be let go.

The Celtic winger Mikey Johnston hasn’t played much for Rodgers, even though he’s been very good for the Republic of Ireland, so he might be one of the players who leaves, either on loan or forever.

Mark Guidi, a football expert, told the 24-year-old that he needs to leave the club if he wants to play more with the first team.

“The Liam Scales story is obviously inspiring for any football player who’s maybe having a hard time finding his way,” Guidi said on The Go Radio Football Show.

“Mikey Johnston, I don’t see him beating or ever getting ahead of Liel Abada when he’s healthy, Palma right now, or Maeda on the other side.”

“So I think Mikey Johnston is a very good football player, but I think he’ll have to go somewhere else to play regular football.”

Johnston hasn’t started a game for Celtic this season under Brendan Rodgers. He wasn’t on the team at the beginning of the season because of an illness, but he’s been seen only once in a Celtic game since then.

 

Breaking News: 50 years pundit Chris Sutton Makes Surprising Luis Palma Statement shocking even the Celtic winger

Ever since he joined Celtic in the summer, winger Luis Palma has been in great shape. So far, the Honduran internationalist has stood out in green and white. But even though he has put up some great numbers so far, former Celtic striker Chris Sutton is still not fully impressed by the Honduran international.

He told the Daily Record, “The jury is still out, even though the numbers are great in terms of goals and assets.” In just 18 games, he’s scored seven goals and set up eight others.

Against Aberdeen, he scored one and set up three others. Some wide receivers don’t have those kinds of stats over the course of a whole season. As Jota’s replacement, he has big shoes to fill, which is hard for him

So far in Glasgow, Palma has done a good job of living up to Jota’s stats. He has already won some big games, and Sutton said he was like a cult hero for the Scottish champs
his time with the Bhoys, Lubo Moravcik stood out. Sutton said about the similarities, “His cross for Oh’s goal with the outside of his right boot was classy and made me think of Lubo Moravcik.” Sure, he has a long way to go before he’s as good as Lubo, but I think he has more to offer. As the season goes on, both basketball fans and Brendan Rodgers will want Palma to keep getting better. This player has already won over the Parkhead fans, which can only be a good thing and inspire him to do even better.

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.

Since winning the Premier League with Leicester City, Danny Simpson’s life hasn’t been easy.

Ever since he left Bristol City last summer, the right defender has had a tough time finding a new club. After leaving Leicester City, he was a free agent twice before.
Being a free agent is troublesome in and of itself, but having a deal fall through makes it unbearable.

While appearing on Filthy Fellas, Simpson spoke up about his long history of club hopping, including a near-signing with Celtic following his departure from Leicester.

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.
Simpson was on the verge of joining Celtic

Almost signing with the Scottish giants was something the right-back mentioned.

Sometimes that’s just how things operate, and it’s crazy. Something transpired with Celtic, and as a result, I lost communication with my agency. For that reason, I declined the second offer. “I had conversations with Neil Lennon and others about Celtic, and it was a great opportunity for European football and additional trophies; I also had conversations with Kolo Toure and Brendan about it, but in the end, it fell through,” Simpson revealed.

Valued despite the potential danger
It seems like Simpson turned down other offers in pursuit of a move to Celtic Park, and we really don’t blame him.

Any footballer in such predicament would be tempted to join Celtic. It’s a chance to perform in front of a massive audience in the most prestigious tournaments. There were rumors going around at the time that the Bhoys even offered him a trial.

It would appear that Simpson still harbors remorse for his failed attempt to secure a transfer to Glasgow; thus, he has been in a state of footballing limbo for the past few year

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.

Since winning the Premier League with Leicester City, Danny Simpson’s life hasn’t been easy.

Ever since he left Bristol City last summer, the right defender has had a tough time finding a new club. After leaving Leicester City, he was a free agent twice before.
Being a free agent is troublesome in and of itself, but having a deal fall through makes it unbearable.

While appearing on Filthy Fellas, Simpson spoke up about his long history of club hopping, including a near-signing with Celtic following his departure from Leicester.

“Everything was finished” Celtic Fc were on the verge of signing the 36-year-old Premier League winner.
Simpson was on the verge of joining Celtic

Almost signing with the Scottish giants was something the right-back mentioned.

Sometimes that’s just how things operate, and it’s crazy. Something transpired with Celtic, and as a result, I lost communication with my agency. For that reason, I declined the second offer. “I had conversations with Neil Lennon and others about Celtic, and it was a great opportunity for European football and additional trophies; I also had conversations with Kolo Toure and Brendan about it, but in the end, it fell through,” Simpson revealed.

Valued despite the potential danger
It seems like Simpson turned down other offers in pursuit of a move to Celtic Park, and we really don’t blame him.

Any footballer in such predicament would be tempted to join Celtic. It’s a chance to perform in front of a massive audience in the most prestigious tournaments. There were rumors going around at the time that the Bhoys even offered him a trial.

It would appear that Simpson still harbors remorse for his failed attempt to secure a transfer to Glasgow; thus, he has been in a state of footballing limbo for the past few year

‘Top class’… 25-year-old who Celtic sold last summer now shines for his national team last night

“Upper class”… Last night, a 25-year-old whom Celtic sold last summer excelled for his national team.As the international break draws to a close, Celtic supporters will eagerly anticipate the resumption of the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon.

 

Among the fourteen players currently abroad with their national teams under the tutelage of Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is a former player whose impressive performance during this international break may cause the Celtic manager to reflect on the past with curiosity.Conor Hazard was granted permission to join Plymouth Argyle in July and has performed admirably for the English Championship club thus far despite the fact that they are six points above the relegation zone.

 

Nevertheless, Hazard started last night against Matt O’Riley’s Denmark, and media reports indicate that the 25-year-old goalkeeper had an outstanding performance for Michael O’Neill’s squad.

 

“Another opportunity to impress for the Plymouth goalkeeper, notwithstanding the criticism he received during the loss in Finland,” Belfast Telegraph.Excellent instinctive saves from Joachim Andersen’s header and Morten Hjulmand’s attempt. “Performed admirably under pressure and made an outstanding injury-time save on Jonas Wind’s drive.”

Belfast Live: “Conor Hazard 7. The ‘keeper made two crucial blocks at the end of the first half.”

 

Conor Hazard, who once more substituted for the injured Bailey Peacock-Farrell in the home goal, then produced two excellent saves: the first was an outstanding reaction save that prevented Andersen from converting, and the second required him to modify his feet in order to save with his legs from a 20-yard Morten Hjulmand strike.Has Celtic prematurely let a prospective Joe Hart successor depart the club?

Hazard was a member of the club for several years, but he was never given a significant opportunity to demonstrate his abilities.

 

Since joining Celtic in 2014, Hazard has appeared in a mere seven contests. His exploits in the 2020 Scottish Cup Final, where he saved two penalties to secure the Quadruple Treble, were his most notable.

 

During his productive loan stint at HJK Helsinki, Hazard contributed to the Finnish club’s Veikkausliiga League championship.

 

That season, he appeared in 39 games and was named the goalkeeper of the season.Given that Joe Hart is approaching the conclusion of his contract with the club, it is imperative that Celtic resolve the goalkeeping position as soon as possible.

 

The inquiry would thus be as follows. Did Celtic allow him to leave too soon, given that he is presently flourishing with increased first-team exposure? Might he have been able to assume the legacy that Joe Hart vacated?

 

Or is it that he never lived up to the expectations of a Celtic goalkeeper and it was prudent to release him?

 

Additionally, the “Best Midfielder in Scotland”… Peter Martin asserts that Celtic have a player who surpasses Matt O’Riley.

 

 

 

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